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Lingshan Mountain: The Highest of Beijing's Heights (8)

By William Wang (CRI Online)

10:58, September 25, 2012

A family enjoys the ride back to the base of Lingshan Mountain. (CRIENGLISH.com/Williamwang)

Entrance fee:
45 yuan per person to enter Lingshan Mountain

Getting to Lingshan Mountain:
From Pingguoyuan subway station, take bus 929 to Shuangtangjian. Then hire a car to complete the trip. (Note: this must be confirmed with the driver, as not all 929 buses go all the way to Shuangtangjian).

Alternately, from Pingguoyuan subway station, take bus 892 to Zhaitang. Then hire a car to complete the trip. (maximum 60 yuan).

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